I've squeezed two short sea-watches in after work over the last two evenings.
Birds were few and far-between on both. I saw none of the 'big' shearwaters that the those without proper jobs have this week, not even a sooty.
I did manage a fully-spooned pom tonight, about 2/3 of the way out but in good light. That light deteriorated rapidly at 1930 and I packed in by 1950, just after a single bonxie went north.
Last night was even quieter. Highlights....
Tuesday 19th 1830-1930
Arctic Skua 3
Ruff - four on beach
Wednesday 20th 1830-1950
Manx shearwater 32
Pomarine Skua 1 (1920)
On my way down from the dunes, there was mega-panic among the hirrundines as a juvenile hobby went north-west amongst them, just over the bushes then the big pool.
148 pomarine skua
PWC Score = 210